Relationship abuse and domestic violence affect all of us. Let your voice be heard in your community.

Community Workshops

The Center Against Domestic Violence reaches out to people at their workplaces, houses of worship, community-based health centers, libraries, and schools to raise awareness about domestic violence and services that can prevent abuse and assist victims.

If you are in New York City, click here to schedule a workshop in your community.

Awareness-Raising Events

Stand with the Center Against Domestic Violence at awareness-raising events like the New York Junior League Mothers Day Race to Erase Domestic Violence and the Brides March.

February: Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month
What is Teen Dating Awareness Month? Teen DV Month (sometimes called TDVAM) is a national effort to raise awareness about abuse in teen and 20-something relationships and promote programs that prevent it during the month of February.

Brides March

Meet Us On the Street: Int’l Anti-Street Harassment Week
National Crime Victims’ Rights Week: April 10 – 16, 2016
Denim Day: April 29, 2016

National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Domestic Violence Awareness Month is a time to recognize the courage of people who have said “no” to violence and to spread awareness about domestic violence emergency shelters and services.  Silence hides violence, but we all can act to stand against violence and speak out on this issue.

Purple Purse Campaign

Learn more about topics related to domestic violence by attending a lecture or panel discussion in our Harvard Club Breakfast Series, featuring experts like Leslie Morgan Steiner and Barrie Levy.

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